If you’ve read our article on Board Meeting Basics, you already understand why your condo or homeowners association needs to hold regular board meetings. However, these aren’t the only meetings your community has. Every association must also hold annual meetings (sometimes known as annual general meetings, or AGMs) and, when necessary, special meetings to address issues that can’t wait for the next board meeting.
As with other types of meetings, condo and HOA annual and special meetings must comply with your association’s bylaws. The bylaws provide board members with the criteria they must follow, such as the appropriate advance notice to provide, the required quorum and proper voting procedures.
If you’re looking for comprehensive information about the different types of association meetings, ask a seasoned board member or your property manager for information and guidance. Meanwhile, we’ve put together answers to some of the most common questions about annual and special meetings.